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Ref’s decision causes chaos in Scotland
The Fifa Laws of the Game clearly state, and I’m paraphrasing, that the referee’s decision is final. Can that be any clearer? Read full blog
CAF in need of a storm
Any one living in Nigeria would not have been immune from the impact of the Buhari political storm that swept across the country in the past three weeks. Read full blog
Don't blame Yaya for City's failure
Footballers have a thankless job because one minute everyone is praising you and the next everybody admonishes you. Read full blog
Are refs favouring certain teams?
There has long been a suspicion that certain referees are favouring certain teams. At least that’s the suspicion that abounds in some quarters. Read full blog
Mou faces LVG, Wenger waits to pounce
Going into the weekend round of matches, Chelsea sit top of the Premier League in England with 73 points and a game in hand over Arsenal in second place on 66 points. Read full blog
Why Klopp may struggle at English clubs
Seven years ago, 2008, a relatively unknown from Mainz 05, Jurgen Klopp, became coach at Germany’s most popular club, Borussia Dortmund. Read full blog
Schut leaves a legacy
Having spent three years in South Africa plying his trade for Sundowns, Alje Schut will bid the PSL a fond farewell. Read full blog
Keep up the KPL conversation
Every time I log onto twitter I have a look over the top trends because that immediately tells you what Kenya is talking about. Read full blog
Some refs ‘bottle’ it and must be stopped
If referees were soldiers, many of them would be court martialed for cowardice. Read full blog
Refereeing in the spotlight - AGAIN!
“I am not a referee and I understand that they are not computers but humans. They can make mistakes.” These are the comments of Mpumalanga Black Aces coach Jacob Sakala. Read full blog
Winner takes all in Manchester
The Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho, earlier this year, was asked if his current side was his best Chelsea team. Read full blog
Refs need help from technology
At a time when referees are, once again, the “whipping boys” of soccer, the powers that be are found wanting. Read full blog
Goodbye Pellegrini
There is always so much pomp and colour when a big team is hiring a new manager. Read full blog
How Pres Buhari can save Nigerian sport
The general state of a country’s sports is measured by its performance at the Olympics. Why you may ask? Well, that’s the only event in the world where all sport competitions take place at the same time with a near level playing field. Read full blog
Taking creative license
If I were an intermediary – formerly an agent – I would not work for three per cent commission. Read full blog
All or nothing for Liverpool at the Emirates
After the International window break, combative Premier League matches will resume in England as the season enters the final phase. Read full blog
Brockie - A striking example
Jeremy Brockie has only been in South Africa since January but has made a big impression. Read full blog
EPL goes to war with non-Euro foreigners
What will the Barclays Premier League be without foreigners today? Uninteresting to say the least... Read full blog
LVG has arrived
I said it a few weeks ago, that once Man United found their footing, it would be impossible to stop them. Read full blog
Ref in red card 'blunder'
In my last blog for supersport.com I stated that video technology is, more than ever, required to assist referees in their decision-making. Read full blog

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Dr Errol Sweeney
Ref’s decision causes chaos in Scotland
The Fifa Laws of the Game clearly state, and I’m paraphrasing, that the referee’s decision is...

Segun Odegbami
CAF in need of a storm
Any one living in Nigeria would not have been immune from the impact of the Buhari political storm...

Collins Okinyo
Don't blame Yaya for City's failure
Footballers have a thankless job because one minute everyone is praising you and the next everybody...

Calvin Emeka Onwuka
Mou faces LVG, Wenger waits to pounce
Going into the weekend round of matches, Chelsea sit top of the Premier League in England with 73...

Sunday Oliseh
Why Klopp may struggle at English clubs
Seven years ago, 2008, a relatively unknown from Mainz 05, Jurgen Klopp, became coach at Germany’s...

Neil Tovey
Schut leaves a legacy
Having spent three years in South Africa plying his trade for Sundowns, Alje Schut will bid the PSL...